Sounds Musical: Sounds Musical Pupils' Set by Pauline Adams
  

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Sounds Musical: Sounds Musical Pupils' Set by Pauline Adams

Sounds Musical is an exciting and comprehensive resource for Key Stage 2 music, for both specialist and non-specialist teachers. The books are accompanied by a set of recordings of songs and instrumental accompaniments, available either on cassette or CD. The Pupils' Books (supplied only in sets of three) provide stunning pictures and simple language to enrich children's experience of music, lots of cross-curricular ideas and information, and are ideal for the music or book corner, with self-contained tasks suitable for children working individually or in pairs.

Reviews

The layout in the teacher's book is extremely easy to use ... This is a beautifully presented resource. The pupils books contain colour illustrations to inspire composition and performance, visual and textual information, and words and melodies for all the songs. The inclusion of tasks relevant to the projects engages children as independent learners and makes the books ideal for the music corner. The high-quality recordings represent a rich resource with over eighty tracks selected from the full breadth of the repertoire. Music Education Vol.15 No.2, 1998

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Format

Sheet music
24 pages

Author

Pauline Adams
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Publisher


www.oup.com

Publication date

29th May 1997

ISBN

9780193209763


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